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Posts Tagged ‘wordpress security’

WordPress 3.4 Released — Yawn, but Upgrade Anyway :-)

June 13th, 2012 No comments

WordPress 3.4 was just released and as always you should upgrade, if for nothing else, just to ensure you have the security fixes. As for functionality improvements, there is nothing really exciting about this release. You can preview theme changes before publishing them and change the size of the header in the default theme now–although you are still stuck with the massive amount of wasted space above the header unless you make code changes like demonstrated here. You can also create nice looking Twitter embeds by pasting the tweet permalink on a line in the editor–been doing that for a while now with the Blackbird Pie plugin.

WordPress 3.0.2 Released — Important Security Update

December 1st, 2010 No comments

WordPress 3.0.2 was just released with an important security update. Everyone should upgrade, but it’s particularly important if you have other authors on your blog. See details at the link below. Notice this was fixed on the same day it was reported and the new release was sent out to all users with an automatic notification in the admin area of every WP blog in use.  That’s effective and responsible open source security practice in action. Are you paying attention Moodle devs?


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WordPress Hacked — more than once — at Network Solutions

May 2nd, 2010 2 comments

Update: See comment by Network Solutions in comments area.

It seems Network Solutions and WordPress may not be playing well together and, as usual with tech geeks, they’re both pointing the finger at each other. I don’t have the time or interest to follow all the links on the net to figure this one out, but if you are hosting WP (or any other php app for that matter) on a network solutions, then you may want to do a little research on this one…here are a few links to get you started.



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